Liberated Companies - Book reviewers wanted
Dear fellow Rebels,
at the end of November, I will publish "Liberated Companies - How to Create Vibrant Organizations in the Digital Age". It's a book about how progressive companies have tackled and sometimes mastered to build flourishing work environments.
It's a factual book, about 380 pages and includes about 55 tables and figures. It doesn't contain many stories, instead, it focusses on showing how lasting, more self-managed companies can be cultivated. If you like what Joost and Pim are doing at Corporate Rebels, you will properly like what you will find in "Liberated Companies".
If you are interested to pre-read and review this book once its published, let me know and message me on firstname.lastname@example.org. Further Infos can be found on https://liberated.company.
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